Dulce de Leche Banana Cream Pie

Throughout your life, you have probably sampled Apple pie, Cherry pie, and Rhubarb pie, but what about Dulce de Leche Banana Cream pie? Dulce de Leche Banana Cream pie is a mix of America’s love for graham cracker crust and South and Central America’s adoration for Dulce de Leche. If you are a pie lover, then this pie will warm your heart and have you wanting to share what you have learned. Next time you go to an event, bring this pie and share this recipe with friends and family.

Dulce de Leche is often used in many desserts in Latin America. In Brazil, it is called doce de leite (Portuguese for ‘dulce de leche’). It is very popular to buy a churro on the street of Rio de Janeiro stuffed with doce de leite and have it run all over your hands as you devour its sweet taste. In Costa Rica, it is common to eat it on a sweet cracker for a snack. It is loved by many, and can be purchased in many stores in the United States.

This pie is quite simple to make. Other than the piecrust, there is no cooking involved. This is a great dessert option in the summer when it is warm outside and you don’t want to turn the oven on. If you do not want to turn your oven on at all, there is also the option of purchasing a crust. While this is an easy pie to make, you want to take your time with the pudding, because if done incorrectly, the pie will not come out right.

You will fall in love with this Dulce de Leche Banana Cream Pie. The graham cracker crust is delicious with some dulce de leech poured in, along with some creamy pudding and fresh bananas. This pie recipe could easily become your next favorite recipe addition to special dinners throughout the year. Sink your teeth into this sweet dessert today and add a new pie recipe to your life. You won’t be disappointed, and your friends and family will appreciate your creativity.

To start combine the pudding and milk in a large bowl and set aside. Then in another bowl you can beat the cream cheese until smooth, adding in some sweetened condensed milk and beating again until the mixture is smooth. You can then add the pudding into the cream cheese mixture, and then mix until well combined. Next add some of the cool whip into the bowl, and slowly fold it into the mixture, then add the remaining cool whip, folding again until it is well combined. You can add a little bit at a time, to keep it nice and light, rather than mixing it all together. Then layer the sliced bananas onto the bottom of the graham cracker crust, and then pour the dulce de leche overtop. You probably will only use 75 percent of the can, and that's okay. Add the filling to the top and chill for just a bit before serving. You won't be disappointed.

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